Port de Pollença, is located at the north western part of Majorca, just below the Formentor island.
The area is blessed with two amazing beaches, and a charming old fishing harbour, home to a lot of great restaurants.
Port de Pollença is a very versatile holiday destination, and you will meet tourists of any kind, all year round up here.
About 3,7 miles from Port de Pollença, you will find the old town of Pollença, which is a great place to go exploring some Majorcan culture and history. Especially, I can recommend you to climb the Calvary stairs, 413 steps up the hill till you reach the most spectacular views over Pollença, Port de Pollença, and you can even see the neighbouring island of Menorca.
East of Port de Pollença, nestles Alcudia, a just as charming old town. Here you can explore the remains of the very first capital of Mallorca, Pollentia.
Port de Pollença has a wide range of good restaurants, with big variety on the menu cards. The more popular restaurants, are of course located alongside the charming marina and old fishing harbour, which makes for a wonderful dining scene.
Because of the vast audience of holiday makers in Port de Pollença, the town has something for every tongue. But please do go and try some fish or shellfish dishes down at the marina, you will not regret.
I would give you recommendations, but it would simply be too subjective.
Hotel and accommodation offers in Port de Pollença
The popularity of Port de Pollença, have resulted in a wide range of accommodation options. All in all, there should be some 200 hotels, villas and apartments, for you to choose from. Here’s a few featured accommodations in PP:
It is almost impossible to find a more suitable place in Majorca, to do sports and other physical activities, than here in Port de Pollença, really! I could go on for hours about the endless opportunities, but instead, I could just tell you up front, that if you’re in Mallorca to do sports, Pollença is the place to be.
During high summer, the 3,2 miles of sandy beaches are occupied by families traveling with children, and other beach lovers. If you are with children, you might want to visit the aqua park, Hidropark in nearby Alcudia.
But the area around Port de Pollença, is much more than beach ad sea. The nearby island of Formentor, offers one of the most legendary rides for cyclists wanting to put their legs to the test.
Diving is another very popular activity up here, as the blue underworld opens a whole new scenario of mystery and coloured creatures.
I can’t really come up with something that you can’t do in Port de Pollença, it’s like the world is at your feet here.
Every Wednesday morning, from around 8 a.m, the weekly market in Port de Pollença opens its stalls. This is a wonderful way of stimulating all senses, and perhaps haggle a scoop on some leather good or clothes.